Ellie Shannon discusses a notable story related to the Colorado State University College of Business and gives updates on recent CSU athletics news. Ivy Winfrey tells listeners about wastewater testing in Fort Collins and how many of Colorado's teachers are considering leaving the profession. Dixon Lawson gives information on CSU volleyball, and Kota Babcock speaks to Mental … [Read more...] about Peer Support Bill, CA wildfire victims sue former PG&E executives
In this week's episode of Painting the Corners with Anton Schindler, Schindler talks about Babe Ruth. A man of many nicknames, Ruth was not only a prolific hitter but an unbelievably accomplished pitcher, something that most people might not realize. Anton breaks down Ruth’s movement around Major League Baseball and the transactions he was part of that created the Curse of the … [Read more...] about Was Babe Ruth the greatest baseball player of all time?
Ellie Shannon covers Colorado State University's COVID-19 plan and dives into coronavirus research conducted by CSU. Then, Ivy Winfrey gives listeners information on Colorado's vaccine plans, a plastic bag ban on the ballot for Fort Collins and a new City commission. After that, Winfrey speaks to researcher Zachary Labe about what caused the climate freeze last week. Then, Kota … [Read more...] about Explaining the polar vortex, U.S. COVID-19 deaths pass 500,000
Join music director Lindsay Johnson as she discusses tricks on how to write songs and create music, taking advice from some of the most popular songwriters out there, like Jack Antonoff and Taylor Swift. In this episode, Johnson covers how artists build off of their ideas to carry out a vision for a new project, what it means to write a pop song and how the mundane moments in … [Read more...] about Tips and tricks on songwriting: Inspiration from the ordinary
This episode from Ti Stroup in Fall 2020’s ANTH 405, Public Anthropology and Global Environmental Challenges, class at Colorado State University examines the rise of ocean pollution over the last few decades and some ways in which we can teach ourselves and future generations responsible practices and solutions to help preserve our world's largest bodies of water. This episode … [Read more...] about Ocean pollution from chemicals, solutions to save reefs